Monthly Archives: June 2015

Are you ready for what’s coming?

A fundamental, significant and disturbing shift in the cultural landscape of this country is taking place before our very eyes. The questions before us are, “Do we see what’s happening?” Do we understand the consequences—both spiritually and morally—if the nation … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Opinion Weakens Religious Freedom

Earlier today, the Court issued a 5-4 opinion holding that the Due Process and Establishment Clauses of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution require all 50 states to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. It is not the Supreme Court’s … Continue reading

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A Day of Hope and Celebration

Last week, we were all shocked and grieved by the tragedy in South Carolina. We are proud of those that have reacted with forgiveness and love; resisting division and promoting healing, in their state and the nation. The same spirit … Continue reading

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Our Leaders are Mobilizing Around Prayer!

All over the country, churches and government leaders are sounding the alarm and calling people of faith to wake up, to stand up and to act cohesively as the Body of Christ. On Sunday morning Lea Carawan, Executive Director of … Continue reading

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Michigan Legislators Organize Prayer Event for Pastors

Last week in the capital city of Lansing, 15 legislators from the Michigan Legislative Prayer Caucus, organized and hosted a truly remarkable event. Two hundred pastors answered their invitation to join them at a local church, where these government leaders … Continue reading

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PrayUSA Initiative Exploding

Is anyone listening? People of faith have long cried out for a voice that will resonate in the national halls of power, among state houses, in church pulpits, as well as our academic institutions and the marketplace of public discourse. … Continue reading

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